Hornby Lord Nelson 4-6-0 - Livestream and Q&A
Yesterday saw our first Hattons Livestream, with Jack and Dave taking a closer look at the new Hornby Lord Nelson Locomotive. In case you missed it, you can watch the video here:
Q&A - We've gathered some of the popular questions about the model here for you to read
Q: What liveries is the model available in?
A: The new Lord Nelson is available in the following liveries:
Q: Can you fit a Digital or Sound Decoder to this model?
A: The new Lord Nelson is easy to fit a decoder to; the model requires an 8 pin decoder, and 30850 'Lord Nelson' comes with a TTS chip already installed.
Alternatively, we provide DCC and sound fitting services for the model.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: Each variation is currently £153.00, with the exception of the TTS Sound fitted model, which is priced at £175.50.
Q: What features does the model have?
A: Each model has the following features:
5-Pole skew wound motor
Fully detailed cab
Detailing pack including brake rigging, cab steps, pipework and spare coupling
Q: What is the mimimum curve radius for this locomotive?
A: The Lord Nelson is capable of running on radius 2 curves or larger.
Q: What coaches can I run with this model?
A: The Lord Nelson would have pulled various coaches during their lifetime, including Bullied, Maunsell and Pullman coaches, as well as BR Mk1s.
Q: Where and when would the Lord Nelson Class have run?
A: The Lord Nelson class were built from 1926-1929 and were in service until 1962, and primarily ran in the south of England.
One of these locomotives, 30850 'Lord Nelson' has been preserved, so has seen more widespread use across the country.
Q: Where can I find out more about this model?
A: Visit our product announcement page or watch our product showcase video to find out more.